Mistakes made in our youth are all part and parcel of growing up and we can often put them down to experience and move on. However if you’ve had a tattoo you regret then that mistake will be staring you in the face day after day for the rest of your life, so is Tattoo
Children see lots of different people as role models. Whether it’s a celebrity, a fictional character, their favourite teacher or their own parents, a role model is someone that they can look up to and aspire to be like. Having someone to admire can help to shape a child into a future role model themselves.
I would hazard a guess and say most of us will wash our jeans pretty frequently. I mean, well after every wear or two is pretty much standard. Fashion designer and parent Tommy Hilfiger revealed last night that he doesn’t ever wash his jeans! Tommy Hilfiger, aged 62 years young, told a TMZ reporter that
A role model is someone who is looked up to by others, and regarded as a person to be imitated. A celebrity is a person with a highly visible public profile that many people find fascinating. Strikingly similar definitions, but whether these two concepts make happy bedfellows is open to debate! Parental Role Models For
Before you give a scornful snort and move on, consider this – behind the cash the Beckhams are simply a working family. Just on a bigger scale than most of us can ever dream of. And their family works. Is it because of the money, or in spite of it? Maybe we can learn something
Boe Wright of Botias was more than happy to help us out with offering some brilliant beauty tips to ensure you look your best, even when you may not feel it! Boe Wright is a leading make up artist for clients across the UK and Europe. She has over 10 years experience working with models